European Environmental Research Organization (EERO)
1987. Became fully operational in 1990. No longer active 1999.
Develop the potential of promising younger scientists by providing opportunities for collaborative research and training; bring together participants from the relevant basic sciences to form interdisciplinary environmental research groups; catalyze the formation and evolution of international networks to exploit emerging opportunities in environmental research; facilitate the rapid spread in Europe of new theoretical knowledge from all parts of the world; provide training in new developments in environmental science for those in government, industry and the research community; make independent scientific assessments of environmental problems and institutions, as a basis for advice to government or industry.
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Council, consisting of Chairman, Vice-Chairman, Past-Chairman, Secretary General, Treasurer and 10 members.
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